The World of Joe Tex

Singer, dancer, writer, preacher, rapper, comic and all around original...

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All songs written by Joe Tex unless otherwise listed.
ENGINE, ENGINE NUMBER NINE  
Written by Roger Miller
Recorded Memphis/Nashville 1968
Album:  Soul country
EVERYBODY IS FALLING IN LOVE
Written by Joe Tex and Bennie Lee McGinty
Registered with BMI, copyrighted 1979
Available as download / stream
EVERYBODY O HAS GONE LOCO OVER DISCO
Written by Joe Tex and Bennie Lee McGinty
Registered with BMI, copyrighted 1979
No recordings known
EVERYTHING HAPPENS ON TIME
Written by Joe Tex and Eddie Williams Jr
Recorded Memphis 1969
Dial single 1970
Album: Sings with strings and things
FAT BOTTOM GIRLS
Written by Ian Lewis
Recorded 1980-81
TRI single 1981
FAT PEOPLE (NEED SOME LOVING TOO)
Written by Joe Tex and Bennie Lee McGinty
Recorded 1979
Dial / TK single 1979
FINGER POPPED MYSELF INTO THE POORHOUSE
Written By Joe Tex and Gloria Thompson
Recorded Nashville 1978
Album:  He who is without funk cast the first stone
FOR MY WOMAN
Recorded Nashville 1971-72
Album:  I gotcha
FOR YOUR LOVE 
Written by Ed Townsend
Recorded Nashville 1965
Album:  The new boss
FRESH OUT OF TEARS
Recorded Muscle Shoals 1964
Dial single 1964
Album:  Hold what you've got
FUNNY BONE
Recorded Nashville 1965
Dial single 1965
Album: The love you save
FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY 
Written by Willie Nelson
Recorded Memphis/Nashville 1968
Album:  Soul country
GEE I REALLY WANT YOU
Recorded New York 1955-57
First issued on King LP: The best of Joe Tex
GET BACK LEROY
Written by Joe Tex and Bennie Lee McGinty
Recorded Nashville 1977-78
Epic single 1978
Album:  Rub down
GET CLOSER TOGETHER
Recorded New Orleans 1964
Checker single 1964
GET IT (AND GET ON HOME)
Written by Joe Tex and Bennie Lee McGinty
Recorded Nashville 1977-78
Album:  Rub down
GET OUT OF MY HOUSE
Wriiten by Joe Tex, Naomi Neville and Ernie K-Doe
Ernie K-Doe, Minit single 1962
No Joe Tex recording
GET OUT OF MY LIFE, WOMAN 
Written by Allen Toussaint
Recorded Nashville 1967
Album:  Live and lively
GET WAY BACK
Recorded New York 1956
King single 1956
GET YOUR LIES TOGETHER
Recorded Memphis 1969
Album:  Buying a book
GIVE THE BABY ANYTHING THE BABY WANTS
Recorded Nashville 1971
Dial single 1971  (R&B 20, Pop 102)
Album:  I gotcha
GO HOME AND DO IT
Recorded Memphis 1968
Dial single 1968
Album:  Happy soul
GOD OF LOVE
Recorded Nashville 1971-72
Album:  I gotcha
GOODBYE MY LOVE
Recorded Philadelphia 1961
Jalynne single 1961
GOT YOU ON MY MIND 
Written by Joe Thomas and Howard Biggs
Recorded Nashville 1965
Album:  I've got to do a little bit better
GRANDMA MARY
Recorded Memphis 1969
Album:  Buying a book
GRANNIE STOLE THE SHOW 
Recorded New Orleans 1960
Ace single 1960
GREEN GREEN GRASS OF HOME 
Written by Curly Putman
Recorded Memphis/Nashville 1968
Album:  Soul country
HALF A MIND 
Written by Roger Miller
Recorded Nashville 1965
Album:  I've got to do a little bit better
HAND SHAKIN' LOVE MAKIN' GIRL TALKIN' SON OF A GUN FROM NEXT DOOR
Written by Joe Tex and Jerry Crutchfield
Recorded 1962
Dial single 1962
HATE YOURSELF IN THE MORNING 
Written by Donald Davis and Clyde Wilson
Recorded Muscle Shoals 1970
Album: From the roots came the rapper
HAVE YOU EVER
Written By Joe Tex and Buddy Killen
Recorded 1975
Dial single 1976  (R&B 74)
HE WHO IS WITHOUT FUNK (CAST THE FIRST STONE)
Written by Joe Tex and Bennie Lee McGinty
Recorded Nashville 1978
Album:  He who is without funk cast the first stone
HEARTBREAK HOTEL 
Written by Mae Axton, Tommy Durden and Elvis Presley
Recorded Nashville 1965
Album: The love you save
HEEP SEE FEW KNOW
Recorded 1964
Album:  Hold what you've got
HERE COMES NO. 34 (DO THE EARL CAMPBELL) 
Written by Joe Tex, Bennie Lee McGinty and Bilaliah Hazziez
Recorded 1980-81
Handshake single 1981
HOLD WHAT YOU'VE GOT
Recorded Muscle Shoals 1964
Dial single 1964 (R&B 2, Pop 5)
Album:  Hold what you've got + The new boss
HOLD WHAT YOU'VE GOT (recut)
Recorded Nashville 1978
Album:  He who is without funk cast the first stone
HOLE IN MY HEART
Registered with BMI 2004
No recordings known
HONEY 
Written by Bobby Russell
Recorded Memphis/Nashville 1968
Album:  Soul country
HOW DO YOU SPELL RELIEF
Written by Joe Tex and Leroy Allison Lewis
Recorded Nashville 1978
Album:  He who is without funk cast the first stone
HOW FAR DOES FRIENDSHIP GO
Registered with BMI, copyrighted 1963
No recordings known
HUNGRY FOR YOUR LOVE
Written by Joe Tex, Lewis Bernard Johnson and Dearing Edwin King Jr
Recorded Nashville 1976-77
Epic single 1977
Album:  Bumps and bruises